Set in the Oxfordshire countryside, Charney Manor offers an attractive rural setting,spacious grounds and a sense of history - parts of the Manor date back to the 13th Century.With its unique atmosphere of peace and tranquillity, tempting home-cooked meals and a warm welcome, Charney Manor offers a supportive setting for relaxation, reflection and renewal.FacilitiesCharney Manor offers a variety of meeting rooms and a range of facilities in a peaceful and inspiring setting. It provides an attractive venue for conferences, planning meetings, training events, Retreats and informal exchanges.Meetings Two large meeting rooms are available, the Solar in the Manor House and a versatile space in the converted Barn. There are also four smaller meeting rooms, the Lower Barn, the Sitting Room, the Library and the Chapel, which can be booked separately or used for break-out groups.The SolarOne of the oldest parts of Charney Manor,the Solar is on the first floor of the Manor House. Its remarkable roof, constructed from wooden beams, contributes to a unique atmosphere and a sense of history. The quiet calm of the Solar invites visitors to slow down and reflect. The Solar can accomodate groups of up to 30 people. The comfortable chairs can be arranged to meet the needs to the group, as can any tables.The BarnOn the first floor of the adjacent building and accessible by lift, the converted Barn provides a light and versatile space whose beams preserve the character of the original building. The Barn can accommodate groups of up to 40 people. Chairs and tables can be arranged to meet the needs of your group.AccomodationCharney Manor can accommodate up to 35 residential guests in a combination of single and twin bedrooms. Most bedrooms are en suite; two have private bathrooms. Each bedroom has facilities for making hot drinks.The GillettsThe Gilletts, a separate building in the grounds of Charney Manor, has been created by combining two semi-detached cottages . It can accomodate up to a further 8 guests.Day ConferencesCharney Manor caters for a variety of day conference guests, with a choice from the conference rooms described. Each room offers flexible seating, presentation aids, and a wireless internet connection.All conference room arrangments are tailored individually to meet the needs of the group. Times of meals and refreshements are arranged to suit the conference timetable and meals can take account of participant's dietary requirements.GardenGuests are welcome to walk or sit in the Manor garden, which occupies three acres.Local interestAs well as good countryside walks starting at the Manor, there are places of interest nearby, including the Uffington White Horse, Wayland's Smithy and the Ridgeway, and Kelmscott Manor, the country home of William Morris.